Samsung’s Super AMOLED mobile displays have certainly received their fair share of accolades, however, that doesn’t mean that other companies are lining up to purchase the tech from the Korean manufacturer.
In fact, Samsung hasn’t been able to sell their OLED screens to anyone else but themselves.
Samsung’s AMOLED screens have really come a long way since they was first debuted and even though they don’t provide the most accurate color reproductions, the screens never fail to deliver a punch of color. So why is it so difficult for Samsung to sell their screens elsewhere?
A lot of it may have to do with the fact that Samsung’s competition isn’t exactly looking to line the company’s coffers. It wouldn’t make much sense for Apple, HTC, Motorola, or LG to pay Samsung to use their tech, when these companies are all direct competitors to the Korean tech giant, now would it?
This doesn’t mean that Samsung is having difficulty selling all of its screens, however. The sales of the company’s displays for non-mobile devices, such as television sets and computer monitors are doing just fine. It’s just the mobile market that’s proving to be a tough nut to crack.
Source | Via